Jul 5 – 7, 2022
ETH Honggerberg
Europe/Zurich timezone

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

The Semi-Visible Jets workshop is bringing together a relatively new community aiming at providing an environment fertile for ideas and collaborations and at exploiting to the full potential of a very diverse group of people.

To achieve this, the Organising Committee is keen to provide and maintain an environment free from discrimination, bullying, harassment or victimisation, where all attendees are treated with respect and dignity aiming to create a culture of diversity where all are valued for their contribution and individuality.

This code applies to all attendees both in person or remotely.

All communications (both verbal and written) should be appropriate for a professional audience that includes a diverse range of background. Sexist or inappropriate language and imagery should not be used at any time during the meeting. The Organising Committee will have the prerogative to withdraw talks from the premises and on online platforms, if they are deemed to contravene this code.

Be kind to others and treat each other with respect. Do not insult or put down other attendees. Behave professionally. Remember that harassment and sexist, racist, or exclusionary jokes are not appropriate.

Individuals asked to stop any inappropriate behaviour are expected to comply immediately. Any attendees violating this code, after due consideration, may be asked to leave the event at the sole discretion of the Organising Committee without refund.

Any breach of this code should be brought to the attention of any member of the Organising Contact, who will inform the rest of the Organising Committee with the person's agreement. The Organising Committee will contact the people involved and try to reach a resolution of the breach. In case of incidents involving two parties, it will appoint two members who will act as contact and support for the two persons and will review the case, trying to find a suitable solution.

 

This code of conduct is inspired by the Code of Conduct of the ICHEP22 Conference.